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PARK = VILLAGE

April 16, 2009

This project provides Barcelona with a fresh alternative to Cerda’s unrelenting city grid. Fine grain connections feed surrounding areas into the station interchange. The site is overlaid with a dynamic twisted, ramped and folded ground plane creating a 1.2 km strip of green space. Each rooftop belongs to the occupants below – providing passive and […]

This project provides Barcelona with a fresh alternative to Cerda’s unrelenting city grid. Fine grain connections feed surrounding areas into the station interchange. The site is overlaid with a dynamic twisted, ramped and folded ground plane creating a 1.2 km strip of green space.
Each rooftop belongs to the occupants below – providing passive and active spaces used for crops, waste and water processing, rest and recreation. Void spaces created beneath the ground plane are then inhabited. Non-specific programming facilitates maximum variety within the development.

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